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Another plant bit the dust grrr.
Well, while having the window open slightly, the wind picked up and knocked several of my cups over and broke a tomatillo and 2 cucumber plants... seems to have bent a squash plant and broke it but not completely.. wonderin if there is still hope for it. Lets see.. I also have a couple of new seeds that have green poppin thru.. I did the 'baggie method ' that petunia told us about. I did have the 'mold' problem though and still some of the seeds havent sprouted but a few have. Those marigolds sure do not like me (; The trees im trying again are "royal pioncia" (im not sure how its spelled.. I tried that one last year but daughter helped take care of it and kept giving it a new home thru out the back yard while i wasnt looking (; We'll see this year how it goes lol.
I got tired of waiting for hubby to rototill so i just went and pulled a few weeds and planted 3 of my cucumber plants that are still surviving on the chicken wire that i wrapped around my broken windmill in the garden. I hope i hardened em good enough. I just couldnt wait. It stormed nicely right after i planted them so hope they will do good. If not, all i can say is I tried. (:
The weeds sure love my garden, i sure hope the real plants think the same way! LOL
Thanks for reading. Ill keep ya posted and put pics when needed. (:
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I have a Royal Prince tree.It lost all its leaves in my green house over the winter .I have now planted it in my yard and it is putting out new leaves.
Glendann> what zone are you? Im zone 7 so i dont think the tree will survive outside a pot ):
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